Bullseye Dog Rescue recently announced that it will once again offer free services to low income pit bull owners.
The Responsi-Bull Project is a three part program that provides free spay and neuter, a free responsible pit bull ownership workshop, and free obedience classes for pit bulls and their owners.
The Responsi-Bull Project has 3 parts:
Pit Bulls/Pit Bull mixes are eligible for FREE spay or neuter surgery and a FREE microchip at the time of surgery through the Pasado’s Spay Station. Locations and dates of availiblity can be found on Pasado’s Safe Haven’s website.
BullsEye Dog Rescue and Play Bow Dog Training will hold a FREE Responsible Pit Bull Ownership Workshop this Sunday March 25, from 9AM – 11:30AM.
Space is unlimited for the workshop – anyone who would like to learn more about our breed is welcome to attend.
Play Bow Dog Training and BullsEye Dog Rescue will have a five week basic obedience class for pit bulls that is FREE to those who complete the class. Train-a-Pit classes are on Sunday, April 15, 22, 29, May 6 & 13th at Pawsibilities in Fife.
There is a $50 registration fee, and you get $10 back for every week you attend. Attend all 5 classes and the class is FREE (normally a $150 value).
Don’t miss this great opportunity to learn leadership practices and bond with your dog! Space is limited. Restricted to those individuals of low income status and one dog per household. No rescue organizations. Register here.
Remember that only low income families and individuals are eligible for the workshop and trainings. Use this chart to determine if you or your family qualify:
Thanks to Responsi-Bull for continuing this valuable program. Qualified pit bull owners should take advantage of this fantastic opportunity.